Ranae Ward netted a hat-trick while Brittney Williams added two as Bishop Anstey humiliated Pleasantville 6-0 today, at the Ato Boldon Stadium in Couva, to claim the Coca-Cola National Girls Intercol title.
Secondary Schools - Girls
Bishop Anstey High School (Port of Spain) booked their maiden appearance in a Coca Cola Girls National Intercol final this afternoon, as they edged namesake Bishop Anstey High School East 1-0 in a bruising affair at the St Augustine Secondary school ground.
It’s win or go home as the girls’ Intercol competition kicks off today with matches scheduled in each of the five zones of the Shell/First Citizens Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) at a number of venues across T&T.
P’ville awaits winner of Bishop’s derby.
Pleasantville Secondary School’s girls football team yesterday booked its spot in the 2017 Coca Cola National Intercol Girls’ Final and await an opponent from today’s second semi-final between Bishop Anstey High School East and Bishop Anstey High School of Port-of-Spain.
Quarter-final and semi-final matches in the Secondary Schools Football League Girls Intercol competition will be played on Sunday.
The girls from Pleasantville Secondary can add the CocaCola Inter-Col South Zone title to the Big 5 title they won on Monday, following a 3 nil win against Penal Secondary yesterday, at the Mannie Ramjohn stadium in Marabella.
Shania Lewis definitely has the formula for scoring goals.
The 17-year-old striker of Tranquility Government Secondary School is the leading scorer in the North Zone of the Girls Championship Division and is likely one of the top scorers in the Shell/First Citizen Secondary Schools Football League, with an impressive 40 goals.
Pleasantville Secondary captured the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL) First Citizens-sponsored Girls Big 5 crown yesterday, after a narrow 2-1 win over St Augustine in the final at the Ato Boldon Stadium, Couva.
Tranquility Secondary, St Augustine and Signal Hill, on the weekend, were crowned champion of the North, East and Tobago zones, respectively, in the Girls Championship Division in the Secondary Schools Football League (SSFL).